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Bug#298269: acknowledged by developer (mysql.so in apache's module directory is not from Debian)

it was a bug in apache which i managed to fix myself quite some time ago, i also informed bugs.debian.org of the process that was needed and the bug report should have been closed about a month ago. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Debian Bug Tracking System" <owner@bugs.debian.org>
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Subject: Bug#298269 acknowledged by developer (mysql.so in apache's module directory is not from Debian)

This is an automatic notification regarding your Bug report
#298269: apache php mysql: can not remove,
which was filed against the apache php package.

It has been closed by one of the developers, namely
"Adam Conrad" <adconrad@0c3.net> (reply to adconrad@0c3.net).

Their explanation is attached below.  If this explanation is
unsatisfactory and you have not received a better one in a separate
message then please contact the developer, by replying to this email.

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(administrator, Debian Bugs database)

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Subject: mysql.so in apache's module directory is not from Debian
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Your dpkg -S output clearly shows that no package owns a "mysql.so" in the
directory where apache is searching, which means that if there is a file
there (and there most certainly is, or was when you reported this bug), it
was placed there by hand.  If this is a real apache module, please read
/usr/share/doc/apache-dev/README.modules (in the apache-dev package) about
how to set up a .info file that the configuration scripts will like.

If this isn't an apache module (say, for instance, it's a PHP extension,
and someone confusingly put it in the wrong directory), please remove it
from /usr/lib/apache/1.3/

Closing, as this is not a bug in apache.

... Adam

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